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Aum Saraswatae & Knockin on heaven's door & Aum Namah Shivaya

Live in St.Petersburg, Russia, 2013

Full recording of kirtan in Yoga108 center (Moscow, Russia). Artists: Andrey OmkarBrahmi Om, Vishvarup (Kolkatta, India).

Amazing singer Fantuzzi (Puerto Rico, USA) performs bhajans and reggae concert (more than 2 hours)!

Here is a recipe for delicious, low in calories and easy-to-cook cake "Shakti"

There is an accessible sacred yoga site near Dharamsala, Himachel Pradesh, India. Natha Yogis, direct spiritual descendents of Gorakshanath, the founder of modern hatha yoga, guard Jwalamukhi Temple, one of fifty-two Shakti Peethas. Gorakshanath’s teachings were collected as the Hatha Yoga Pradipika by Yogi Svatmarama in the 1400s.

I’m getting really tired of seeing half-naked women in yoga magazines and on yoga web sites.
The images themselves are of young white women. They are depicted in the nude, topless, or in underwear. Their lips are pouting, their eyes are empty. They may be in an asana that requires strength and flexibility, but the expression on their face is often soft, blank, and pleading. 

Those who like making fresh juices have probably been amazed at how much pulp is left over after putting a few fruit or vegetables through the juicer. We like carrot juice so we often make it. 

First weekend in April I spent in New York City in order to visit Yoga Journal Conference there. Here I would put my two cents in about this event. The Conference come to an end, so now is the time to digest all the impressions and to share the inspiration I've got there. I have been wishing to visit Yoga Journal Conference in New York for quite a long time. As you know, all wishes are to come true, here is the confirmation of this fact :)

A real yogi has no problems, the only that he has are affects that arise from time to time and disappear.

Let’s take work, for example. A real yogi should not work because it is sadhana that is his job (and it’s clear enough that he should get offerings for that).

Canadian artist Pan Trinity Das has spent over a decade experimenting with a variety of different styles of art including: Abstract, Figurative, Landscape, Psychedelic, Portrait, Mandala, and Yoga-inspired. He has explored through many types of media, specifically Paint, Tattoo, Silk Screen, Graffiti, Graphic Design, Carpentry, Sculpture, Photography, and Industrial Metal.